Ka»i«rn, San Francisco iuid Northern, tele
graph stage Line. — Arrive at 11:30 i. M.;
Close At 7:30 «. I sutlers intended for rug
■ islr.v uiust be presented before r.3U P. M.
Coast Line, -stations between San Francisco
snd J.os Angeles, via Suntn Barbara— Ar
u\ei-»t 11:30 p. U.; closes at" i». m.
San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla
tin, fapistrano, etc.—Arrives at 8:30 a. m.
closes at 4 P. M.
Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona
Uiivandway stations—Tri-Weckly Service
-\r Ives Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, at
«:*• a. m.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday; mail closes at 4 p. x.
Northern Arizona— Prescott.Wickenberg and
way stations— Semi-Weekly—Arrives Tie s
day and Friday at 9:35 a. m.; leaves Tuesday
and Friday; mail closes at 10 p. m.
San Bernardino and way stations—San Ga
briel,Cl Monte, Riverside, etc.: arrives at
9:35 A. if.; closes at 3:10 P. M.
Wilmington and way stations-Arrives at 2:16
p. .*.; closes at 10 A. M.
OerroGordo.Lone Pine and Havilah—Arrives
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:30 p.
m.; leaves Mouday, Wednesday and Satur
day; closes at 7:30 P. M.
Domestic and Foreign Money Order Offlo?.—
Open h'o:n 9 A. St. to 4:30 P. m., except on
Saturday, when office closes at 3:30 p. m.
On Sundays tliooffice will be open from 12:30
to 1:30 P. M. H. K. W. BENT, P. M.
City and County Official Directory.
P. BEAUDRY Mayor
Office, Council Chamber.
J.J. CARRILLO, City Marshal
Office, No. 46 Spring street.
J. J. MELLUS City Treasurer
Office, Court House.
A. W. HUTTON City Attorney
Office, No. 56 Temple Block.
M. KREMER City Clerk
i )fflce, No. 45 Spring street.
J. M. BALDWIN City Surveyor
Office, In Downey, Main street.
Dr. J. H. McKEE, Health Officer.
Office No. 11 Spring street
Meets at Council Rooms, No. f5 Spring St..
at 7:30 P. Thursday of each week.
T. P. CAMPBELL. L. LIGHTENIIERGER
J. MULLALY. J. G. TARMONA.
W. W. ROBINSON. R. SOTELLO.
M. TEED. JOSE MASCAREL,
C. E. HUBER, L. WOLFSKILL.
K. H. WORKMAN, T. LEAHY.
Chamber of Commerce:
S. LAZARP, I'ufs.,
W. J. BRODRICK, S. B. CASWELL,
)| J.NEWMARK. ' EUGENE MEYER,
OHN G. DOWNEY, J. Dk B. SHORB,
R. M. WIDNEY, L W. LORD,
B. E.HEWITT, H. D, BARROWS.
Hoard of Education:
H. D. BARROWS, President.
M. KREMER, Sec'v. ALFRED JAMES,
DR. J. KURTZ. J. P. WIDNEY.
DR. W. T. LUCKY, City Supt. Public Schools
I.om Aagelcs Librsry Association:
J. R. McCONNELL President
J. C. LITTLE FIELD Librarian
Library, Downey Block.
<i. BEPULVEDA District Judge
Terms of Court—First Monday of Feb.,
May., Aug.. aud Nov.
H. K. S. O'MELVENY. .Judge of Probate and
Terms of Court-First Monday of Jan.,
Mar., May, July. Sept., and Nov.
GEO. C. GIBBS Dlst. Court Commissioner,
Office, No. lVa Spring street.
WM. H. GRAY...Temple Block, over W. F. A
JOHN TRAFFORD.... Downey Block, Temple
H. K. W. BENT Postmaster
Postoffice, Temple Block.
ALFRED JAMES Reg. U. S. Laud Olliee
I. W. HAVERSTICK....Rec. U. B. Land Office
L O. WHEELER....Dept. Coll. U. S. Int. Rev.
.Office, No. W, Temple Block.
J- Int. TAVv. Ganger
r So. 48, Temple Block.
J - ,) ;." , A-LAP Dept. T.r. s. Marshal
* N ". w „ h *Sh street.
n. 1• vv HITiNt j U. 8. Court Commissioner
'.tice, Nov 28 and 28, Downey Block.
r *' iK A. MOtIRKNHAUT.. ..FrenCll COBsTM
"•n B, SEARS, In charge of Improve-
Wllmiuston Harbor -Resilience
m street railroad.
_,o. Clerk and Clerk of Courts
.tC Co. Recorder and Auditor
t V Co.Treasa ier
..jvVLAND. Co. sheriff and Tax Poll.
..O. H. PECK Co. Supt. of Schools
DIONICIO BOTILLER Co. Assessor
L.SEBOLD Co. Surveyor
Dr. 8. W. BROOKE Co. Physician,
Board of Supervisors:
GEO. HINDS, Chairman,
J. M. GRIFFITH, EDWARD EVEY,
F. PALOMARES, F. MACHADO,
A. SEPULVEDA, Acting Interpreter.
Regular Meetings—First Monday of each
Nob, 36, 38 ami 40 Main street,
Los Angeles, Cat..
THIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL just
finished anil thrown open to the public, is
furnished throughout with
New Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
Hooms large, well lighted and ventilated
and supplied wiih water, gas and tire.
Is supplied with the best the market affords
and no Chinese cooks employed.
r«r Bnmllles, its accommodation* are
For Husinees Men
And visitors, its conveniences ai c unequalled
being centrally located, having a telegraph
office attached, and street cars passing every
There is no Bar or Saloon
Ol any kind on the premises, it being the in
tention of the proprietors to make it a quiet
and favorite resort, for families.,
Board by the Day, Week, or Month
For persons not requiring rooms.
MR. & MRS. BACKMAN,
NO. 74 LOH ANGELES STREET, BE
twesn First and Requena. Tho rooms
are large and well ventilated. Good accom
modations for families. Those in quest of
boarding will find all the comforts of a quiet
uome. The table well supplied. Terms mod
erate. J. L. KNICK,
mrl6 tf Proprietor.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
either Temple A Workman's Bank or at
l ake Vineyard, by J. Deßarth Khorh, for mak
ing and burning from 800,000 to 800,000 bricks.
Wood furnished on the ground. None but
flrst-clas- brickmakers need apply.
LAKE VINEYARD LAND AND WATER
HASSE & ASSEVEDA'S
No. 42 Main Street, Los Angeles.
The best Barbers In California constantly In
waiting. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths at all
hours of the day. myl2tf
lAMI AM PREPAREDTO DO WELL-DIGGING
in the moat satisfactory manner and on
the shortest notice. Water guaranteed for
Wilcox Litters of all d menslous.
By permission, I re cr to Mr. liongvtreet,
Mr. Ledyard. Mr. Henton and Dr. Whls ler.
anstf VtSwfgnrt A Huber's, Main St.
BON TON SALOON,
No. 17 Main street, Signoret's New Building.
THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND
Cigars constantly on hand. Billiard Ta
ble in connection with the Saloon.
myZltf VAN A CHAS. MEYERS.
PR] DAY" „JUNE 4, 1875.
Grant's Third Term Letter.
CHICAGO, June Ist.—A Times'
Washington special says: The Presi
dent's third term letter is the main
topic of political and there are
two very decided opinions on the sub
ject. Friends of the Adminstration
say the letter sets at rest for ever the
third term scare: while, on the other
hand, it is regarded by a large number
to mean that Grant is a candidate for
the ottice. The letter has given rise to
no end of discussion, and from the
dissatisfaction expressed over it, it is
clear that the President has not set
tled the question.
Fire at Emigrant Gap.
Emigrant Gap, May 31.— fire broke
out lo the roof of the round house at
7:35 this evening. The alarm was
given, and in a few minutes the men
had the Are engnie at work, and the
fire was soon extinguished. It did
but slight damage. The fire caught
from a spark from an engine.
How Postage Stamps are made.
!n printing, steel plates are used, on
which two hundred stamps are en
graved. Two men are kept hard at
work covering them with the colored
inks and passing them to a man and
girl who arc equally busy at printiug
them with large rolling hand presses.
Three of these little squads are em
ployed all the time, although ten pres
ses can be put in use In case of neces
sity. After the small sheets of paper
upon which the two hundred stamps
are engraved have dried enough, they
are sent into another room and gum
The gum used for this purpose is a
peculiar composition, made of the pow
der of dried potatoes and other vegeta
bles mixed with water, which is bet
ter than any other material, for in
stance, gum arabic, which cracks the
paper badly. This paper is also of a
peculiar texture, somewhat similar to
that used for bank notes.
After having been again dried, this
time on little racks, which are fanned
by steam power for about an hour,
they are put between sheets of paste
board and pressd in hydraulic presses,
capable of applying a weight of two
thousand tons. The next thing is to
cut the sheets in half; each sheet of
course, when cut, contains a hundred
stamps. Next they are pressed once
more, and then packed and labeled,
and stowed away in another room,
preparatory to being put in mail bags
for dispatching to fulfill orders. If a
single stamp is torn, or in any way
mutilated, the whole sheet of one hun
dred Is burned. About five hundred
thousand are burned every week from
this cause. For the past twenty years
not a single sheet has been lost, such
care has been taken in counting them.
During the progress of manufacturing,
the sheets are counted eleven times.
One of the Heavy Weights.
A stranger, with no guik- in his
face and no overcoat on his shoulders,
wandered into a clothing store in New
port, the other day, and asked if he
could be fitted with a sjpri„K n,»»aa«u>
The proprietor answered in the affirm
ative. "You speak very positively,"
said the stranger. -'I am bigger than
you take me for." The storekeeper
was still conhdent that he had coats
that would answer. "I am a pretty
heavy man," said the stranger. "I
will bet you five dollars you can't
guess my weight into one hundred
Fioumls." The man was not particu
arly large, and this astounding chal
lange entirely diverted the seller of
clothing from the ordinary course of
his business. He took the wager,
named his guess—about one hundred
and sixty pounds—the money was
put up iv the hands of a third party,
and all started oft* for a pair of scales,
and the stranger balanced 290 pounds
of weights. The store man looked
sad ami puzzled. With a smile that
was childlike and bland the stranger
took his money and walked off with
out saying any more about the over
coat. It has since been learned that
this man wears a lead jacket, aud has
been making an honest living by
playing his scurvey trick ou unsus
pecting dealers in clothing. He came
A New Propelling Power.
The plan of propelling cars, onini
busses and velocipedes, by coiled
springs, has now for some time been
employed in England, and, it is said,
with encouraging results. The motor
used is an arrangement of powerful
springs encased in cylinders, like
watch springs on a very large scale.
The skill of French machinists in this
direction has been called into requisi
tion, and steel bands capable of being
coiled aud ot* exerting great pressure
have been made in lengths of one hun
dred yards each. In Sheffield some of
the steel manufacturers have turned
out springs fifty and sixty feet long,
and said to be capable of the enormous
pressure of eight hundred pounds. To
wind up these springs requires, of
course, more power than is obtained
by hand, and it is therefore proposed
to have them wound at certain inter
vals by means of stationary engines.
Some of these methods consist of a
combination of spiral or helical
The express ottice of Wells, Fargo
«fe Co., at Quincy, Plumas county,
was entered on Mondoy night by par
ties unknown. The safe was talcen
from the office, cut open and robbed of
$2,600 in coin and measure.
I.OUIS KM Kit V PACK. KKLIX F.PIIKAM ORAVEL.
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Carriages and Wagons
rM 11 Of all kinds, made of the best ma-
BSssitL ferial. They also keep on band a
large stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring and
of their own make, wliich they warrant In
They have determined to sell their work at
prices as low as the inferior and worthless
work thai is frequently being palmed off up
on tbe commcnlty in lam Angeles and else
( ail and s-«. f . the best assortment of
Carriage** and Buggies
over «ffered in Los Angeles. All Carriages
and Bngcles uianniiiclnred by us, are fitted
witb Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable
so well adapted to comfort.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
THE attention of the business com
munity of Los Angeles city and county
is Invited to the facilities of this office for cxc
cuting every description of
BOOK • JOB PRINTING
Fully alive to the inferior manner in which
a great part of the Job Printing In Southern
California lias hitherto been executed, the
proprietors of this establishment have deter
mined to institute a new order of things iv
A NEW POWER PRESS
(the first to reach this far south on the Pacific
Coast), capable of printing a
LARGE SHEET POSTER,
either plain or iv colors, is already running,
and driven by
which is also attached to their new and
The (acillttes tor turning out work will thus
lie equal to most aud superior to many office
in San Fmneisco.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
TV E W r r *T I 3 3E
of the most modern designs and approved
Eastern manufacture, has been selected. And
it is intended so to equip and furnish this de
THE BEST PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,
AS TO MAKE THK
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPUTE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
They haw engaged as foreman of this de
partment, one of the most experienced Book
and Job Printers In the country: and the
presses Will be superintended by a Skilled
Pressman from one of the largest offices in
Will be printed from New Type, and the
greatest care exercised to insure accuracy un
freedom from typographical errors.
POSTERS g HANDBILLS
Plain or In colors, executed at very shv»rt no
tice and displayed lv the best manner.
STATEMENTS, BILL HEADS
Of this class of work we shall make a spe
clalty, and intend that nothing ol the kind
shall equal us in this section.
Printed in a superior manner, on plain writ
lug paper, or on Bond and Bank Note Paper
in black or colors.
IN GOLD AND COLORS.
We shall Day particular attention to
Which will be printed in the Old Style Type
now so universally In favor, and which we
have procured specially for this class of work.
We shall also be provided for the printing of
Job Printing House,
WOOLEN MILL STORE I
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial,
Suits made to order tor
Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars.
A fine stock of Imported and domestic
Blankets and Flannels
Constantly on hand. Also, afine stock of
<Stc, A.C., &c, Sec,
Of Foreign and DomesUc manufacture, kept
in stock and made up in the best style of the
PFEIFFENBERGER A SHATTER,
DO YOU WANT A
Or a Sporting * agon,
Or a Sulky Cultivator,
Or a Walking Cultivator,
Or a Diamond-Tooth Cultivator.
Or a Shovel Plow,
Or a Sulky Mors* Rake,
Or a Mower..
Or a Reaper,
Or a Header,
At Bed Rock Prices?
IF SO, CALL AT
THE GRANGE STORE,
184 Main street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
New Wilson Sewing Machine!!
The People's Favorite and Ladies'
Shuttle Lock Stitch Sewing Machine
Is at last conceded by all to be the BEST now
in use. Being so Simple and Light Running
that fhemost delicate ladyorchiid can use it.
Can regulate Tension or change stitch while
Is best adapted for all varieties of family sew
ing from the lightest fabric to the heaviest
cloth or leather.
Every Machine Warranted
for five years without expense to purchaser.
THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS have been
awarded at the Worlds Fair, Vienna and State
Fairs and Expositions throughout California
and the Eastern States. What better superi
ority over all others.
Price from $10 to $15 Lower
than for any ol her first class Machine. Send
fordescrlptlve catalogue free.
E. <?. CrUDDKN, Agent.
Office —White House, corner Los Angeles and
Commercial streets. feb4-6m
The Aldine Company's
BOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
THK AI. DINE: THE ABt JOURNAL OF
This splendid enterprise is not only well es
tablished in every feature, but is being con
stant ly developed and improved. It to-day
slands without a rival in lhe whole world of
periodical literature. The beautiful dog-por
trait, " Man's Unselfish Friend," a chroino
presented to every subscriber, is a decided hit.
and will, if possible, add to the popularity
which this work has gained. The Art Union
feature also promises great and beniflcent re
sults, in arousing public interest in the fine
arts. Circulars and full information on ap
Parts I, M, 111 and IV, are now ready:
Leisure Hour Miwoellaiiy
To be completed in forty parts, Issued fort
nightly. Each pari will contain an elegant
front-piece, originally engraved on steel for
the London Art Joimuil,
At a price within the popular reach,engrav
ings m ver before offered at less than five
times the amount. These plates have been
the attraction of
THE LONDON ART JOURNAL.
Each part will contain 26 quarto pages, in
cluding the heavy front-piece, on heavy plate
paper. A superb title-page, richly illumin
ated in red and gold, will be given with the
first part , and the printing of the entire work
will be a worthy representation of the "Alden
Press." which is a guarantee of something
beautiful and valuable,
At a Cost of 26 cts. a Part.
Pahts I, II and 111, auk JUST PUBLISHED.
THE ART JOURNAL,
Complete lb twelve monthly parts,at }1 each.
RepP i.: best full-page illustra
tions ft . lie earlier volumes
of i UK Aliune.
Each monthly pan will contain six superb
plates, with a< rsomi ••nyi ng desc, iptive matter,
and whether I>r binding or framing, will be
entirely beyond con I petition in price or artis
tic character. Ever) impression will be most
carefully taken on the finest toned paper and
no pains will lie ipa red to make this tbe
richest production of a press which has won
in a marvelous!y short time, a world-wide
GEMS FROM THE ALDINE.
ESPECIALLY ASSORTED FOR SCRAP
BOOK ILLT'STRA TIoNS AND DBA W
-IXG CLASS COPIES.
A large collection of pictures of different
..izes and on almost every conceivable sub
ject have been put up In an attractive envel
ope and are now offered at a price intended to
make them popular in every sense.
Envelope No. 1 (containing 50 beautiful en
gravings) is now ready, and will be lent, post
age paid, to any address for ONE DOLLAR.
A liberal discount to agents and teachers.
A splendid assortment of SCRAP-BOOKS
have been expressly prepared for the holiday
season and no present of more permanent in
terest can be selected for gentleman or lady,
old or young.
No. I—Half-bound, cloth sides, gilt-back,
250 pp., 12x16 Inches $5 00
No. 2—Half-bound, cloth sides,gilt-back,
500 pp., 12x16 inches 7 00
No. 3—Full morocco, beveled boards,gdt
and antique, very rich, 500 pp 12 00
Lettered to order in gold at 25 cts. per line.
Sent by mail post paid on receipt of the price.
THE ALDINE PASSE-PARTOUTS.
Incompliance with repeated requests, the
proprietors of The Alijine have prepared
impressions of many of their most beautiful
plates for passe-partout framing.
The cuts are mounted on a beautifully tint
ed azure mat, with a handsome red border
line. To attach the glass, it Is only left ror
the customer to paste anil fold overan already
'ittached border, and this may be done hy a
27subjects, 12x15inches,25c.: with glass,soo.
Slx;of this size for $1, when selection Is left to
c subjects, 10x12% inches, 20c; with glass, 45c.
7 subjects, B'ixH.'/j inches, 15c.; with glass, 40c,
M lonjeets, 14x10 inches, 50c.; with glass, $1.
Sent by mall, without glass, post-paid, fbr
THE ALDINE COMPANY,
68 Maiden Lane, New York,
Livery and Sale Stable,
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
MAIN street, opposite Arcadia street.
Horses and Carriages, single or Double, and
Saddle Horses kept constantly on hand for
the accommodation of the Public.
Horses boarded by t he day, week, or month,
at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished
for private or public occasions at the shortest
notice and upon as reasonable terms as at any
Pirst-t 'I:ish KlHlablißhmeiit
In Southern California.
HKAR 8 X S
Connected with tbe above stables are Plain
andOlass, which will be supplied, with or
without plumes, on terms
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
T. Ob BWIOAKT. JOS. HITBKR, JR.
BWIGART & HUBER,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE
CROCKERY WARE, GLASS.
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBING AND CAS FITTINC
Done to Order.
Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES.
Semi-Tropical and General Nurseries.
San "tPedro street,
(near corner of Washington, two miles south
of Court House.)
A large and choice assortment of
Semi-Tropical aud Northern Fruit
A lso, a choice assortment of
Eastern Forest Trees,
and other shade and ornamental trees and
shrubbery. Come and see our stock.
Catalogue and price list sent free.
THOMPSON A WATERMAN.
Los Angeles, Cal. d27tf
The Steams Ranchos,
ALFRED ROBINSON, Trnatee,
543 market Street, San Francisco, Ca|.
on nnn acres of land
iJ\J»\J\J\J for sale, in lots to suit,
suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap
ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Coru, Rye, Barley, Flax,
Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
Good water Is abundant at an average depth
of six feet from the surface. On almost every'
acre ef this land FLOWING ARTESIAN
WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele
vated portions can be lrregated by the water
of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands
are naturally m«lst, requiring only good cul
tivation to produce crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one,
two and three years, with 1C per cent Interest
I will take pleasure In showing these lands
to parties seeking land, who are Invited to
come and see this extensive tract before pur
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24,1873.
ci Downey Block, Main St.
IR,_ J. WOLF <Sz CO.,
The Choicest Ales, Beer, Wines,
Kiquoris or all Kinds.
Lunch Served Every Day and Evening.
ALL THE LATE PAPERS
On hie for the use of guests. Club and Read
ing Rooms, warmed and well ventilated.
It is the Intention of the Proprietors to so
conduct the house as to preserve the good
name it has already earned. seplBtf
Corner Commercial and Main streets,
rv o w~o PEN,
Where oan be found all the choicest brands of
In the market. Also, ull the finest imported
St, lionls, Cincinnati, Bayrtsb, Ac.
Delicacies by the Plate:
Pigs' Feet, Tongue, Coriers. Anchories, Sar
dalles, Sardines, Herrings, Cheese
assorted, Steamed Sausage.
▲ fine Billiard Table connected with the es
ROGERS & POTUSKEY,
OPPOSITE U. 8. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
awTemple Block, next to Wells, Fargo &
Company's office. no2-tf—3
P. LAOTH. FRITZ MKNZ.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL
LIANL LAGER BEER Soutu of
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BcKR
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fies competition in the State. mrft-tf—s
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMEK'S
WINE CELLAR,underneath the new
U. 8. Hotel, corner of Los Angeles and Re
quena streets. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or
Gallon. All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person in Los Angeles hut
Louis Mearner has wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. BANBEVAIN.
NE W .
ONE DOUBLE TWO-STORY DWELLING
House; new; containing 16 rooms—B rooms
in each part; beautifully located on Fort
Hill, between New High and Buena Vista
streets; commands a magnificent view of
the city and surroundings; Is especially
adaptedfor "Furnished Rooms;" is close
to business portion of city. For sale or
ONE NEW COTTAGE on New High street;
contains 5 rooms: one of the finest locations
in tbe city.
TWO NEW COTTAGES on corner Second
and Charity streets; contains 5 rooms and
bath-room each; lot 60x145' feet; fronts on
three streets. The sites of these houses
cannot be equaled In the city Clear, good
water In unlimited supply already on the
FOUR COTTAGES, Just finished, on Temple
street, opposite Charity; 5 rooms and bath
room each, with all the modern Improve
ments; not five minutes' walk from Tem
These lots are close to the business portion
of the city and command delightful views of
city and valley. The streets upon which they
front are lapidly beluggraded and afford easy
means of aocess.
TEN LOTS 00x165 feet.frontlngon Hope street
and Bunker Hill Avenue.
ELEVEN LOTS 60x165 feet, fronting on Hope
SIX LOTS 80x165 feet, fronting on Charity
street and Bunker Hill Avenue.
THIRTEEN LOTS 60x165 feet, fronting on
TWELVE LOTS 80x165 feet, fronting on Olive
All Between Temple and
These lots are all in good location, com
manding splendid views of the valley, city,
ocean and mountains.
IN TH X —
Between the Aliso Mills and the bridge, over
the Lcs Angeles river. These lots constitute
very desirable property and will be sold
cheap. Trees and Vines on nearly all of these
As I sell only my own property and there
lore have no commissions to pay, I can afford
to give better bargains than those who do.
Persons desirous of purchasing city property
will do well to call and examine the above
lands before buying elsewhere.
A IM'I.V tO
XN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE lrth
Judicial District of the (state of Callfo'nfa,
In nnit lor the county of Los Angeles.—Henry
Dockwcilor, plaintiff, against Thomas Foster,
el. nl.. defendants. Action brought in I lie Dis
trict Conn of tho Seventeenth Jimi, ml Dis
trict ot the state of California, in and tot the
county of Dos Angeles, and the complaint
died In said county of Los Angeles, In the of
fice of the Clerk ol said District Court. • The
People of the state of Calllibrnls send greeting
to ThomaS Potter and Mattle C. Johnson,
defendants: You are hereby required to ap
pear in an action brought against you by the
above-named plaintiff in the lilstrirt Court of
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State
of California, lv and for the county of Los An
geles, and to answer the complaint tiled
therein, within ten days (exclvslvc of the day
of service) nfter the service on you of this
summons—if served within this county; or, If
served out of this county, but in this District,
within twenty days; otherwise, wlihin forty
days, or Judgment by default will be tiikeii
against you, according to the prayer of said
The said action is brought lo quiet the title
of plaintiff to the North halfof lot lour, block
46, Los Angeles city. Cal., more particularly
described in complaint, and for costs of suit.
Reference Is had to complaint for particulars.
The said land being mote particularly de,
scribed as follows: Commencing al the s.w.
corner of Fort and First streets, and running
thence Southerly along Western line of Fort
street 60 feet; thence at right angles W< sterly
166 feet; thence at right angles Northerly 60
feet to First street; thence along Southerly
line of First street to place ol beginning.
And you are hereby notified that If you fall
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
your defaults to be entered and will apply to
the Court, for the relief demanded in the com
t—> —, Given under my band and the sea!
!.„.. tof the District Court, of the Seven
l™**rteenth Judicial District of the Slate
1 —, —' of California, in anil for the county
of hos Angeles, this lath day of April, in the
year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred
and seventy-five. A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk. opal 2m
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 17TH
Judicial District of the Stale of Califor
nia, In and for the county of Los Angeles,—
Ooloma. Mavon. nlitmlifl against Charles
B. Mayon, "defendant. Action brougtll In
the District Court of the Seventeenth Judi
cial District of the State of California, In and
for the county of Los Angeles, and the Com
plaint filed In sold county of Los Angeles In
the office of the Clerk of the said District
The People of the State of California send
greeting to Charles B. Mayon, defendant!
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above-named
pliilntlffui the 11 strict Court of the seven
teenth Judicial Distnctof tbe State of Califor
nia, in and for th ■ county of Los Angeles, and
to answer the complaint filed 'herein, within
ten days (exolu-. \ ■ of the day of service) after
the service on yon of this summons—if served
Wil bin this county; or, if served out, of this
county, but iv this District, within twenty
days! otherwise, within forty days, or judg
ment by default will be taken against you
according to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action Is brought to recover Judg
ment of tills Court that tbe bonds of matri
mony between plaintiff and defendant be dis
solved: that the custody of the minor child
of plaintiff and defendant be awarded to
plaintiff; that the defendant be required to
pay a reasonable sum into Court to defray the
expenses of this action and for counsel Fees,
aud such sum for alimony its to the Court
may seem Just for Iter support and that of said
And you arc hereby notified that, if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered and will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
* —'— a Given under my hand and tbe Seal
}of the Dis'rict Court of the seven
teenth Judicial District of the stale
of California, In and for the county
*—, —* of Los Angeles, this 13th day of
May, in tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-five.
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk.
W. S. Myers, Attorney for PUT. my'.ti 2m
GRANOE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
of Los Angeles.—Locution of principal
place of business, Los Angeles, California,
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting ot
the Directors held in this city on the 3d day
of May, 1ST"), an assessment iN", i) of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SHAKE WAS levied upon the
Capital Stock of said Company, payable DI
ME UI AT ELY, ill United Slates gold c nil, to t lie
Secretary, at tho office «>t tbe Company, 184
Main street, Los Angeles. California, Any
stock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpaid on tbe 8d day of lone, !s:.">,
will be declared delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment Is
made before, will be sold on the
201.1 i Day of June. 1875.
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
costof advert ising and expense of sale.
Stockholders who have paid an assessment
since the 31st day of July, 1574, have a credit
on the books of the company to balance Hie
assessment now levied.
By order of tbe Board.
my 4 lm I. S. SMITH, Secretary.
Notice to Creditors.
IN THE PROBATE COURT, Los Angeles
county.—ln the matter of the estate of H.
B. Morrow, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned,
Administrator of the estate of H. B. Morrow,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, io
exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said Administrator at
his residence in San Antonio Township,
county of Los Angeles, or at the office of
Thorn A Ross.Nos. 53 and 54, Temple Block,
Los Angeles city. J. L. WRIGHT,
Administrator of tbe estate of
11. B. Morrow, deceased.
Dated at Los Angeles, April 23, 1875. a 24 iw
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS' BANK OS"
Los Angeles.-- ~] s hereby given that
at a meeting of the Hoard of Directors of the
Farmers' A Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
held on the 7th day of April, 1675, an assess•
mont (number H) of fifty dollarsis6o) per share
was levied npon the capital stock or tbe Cor
poration, payable immediately, in United
States gold coin. Any stock upon which thit
assessment shall rem >v unpaid on tbe
sth !>ny wf .snue, 1875,
Will be delinquent uu vertised for sale at
public auction aud, unices payment is made
before, will be sold on Monday, the 21st day
of June, 1875, to pay the delinquent assean
ment, together with costs ol advertising and
expenses of sale. JOHN (J. DOWNEY,
PIO PICO ")
vs. -17th Dist. Court.
J. H. COLEMAN ET AL.j
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN Ex
ecution in the above case, Issued out of
the District Court of the 17th Judicial District
of the State of California, In and for Los An
geles county, to me directed aud delivered on
the 19th day of May, 1875, for a Judgment ren
dered In said Court on the 3d day ot February,
1874, In favor of PIo Pico, plaintiff, against
James H. Coleman and Carlos OD era, defend
ants, I have levied upon and shall on
Monday, the 14th day of June, A. I>.
At 12 o'clock noon, proceed to sell at the Court
House door in the city and county of Los An
geles, State of California, at, Public Auction to
the highest and best, bidder, for cash la U. S.
gold coin to satlsl v said Judgment, Costs and
accruing costs, all the right, title and Interest
of the defendants, J. H. Coleman and Carlos
Olvera, which they or either of them bad on
the said 3d day of February, 1874. or at unv
ttme thereafter, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
That piece, parcel or tract of land situated
in the rancho known as " I'aso de Bartolo
Vlejo," in Ix>s Angeles county, State of (,' .11
-fornia, and more particularly described as
follows, fo-wlt: That tract of land formerly
• wnod and occupied by Maria .Marline/, and
by her conveyed to said James H. Coleman
aud Carl sol vera by deed of date February
the Bth, 1870, as recorded in Book 14 of (Seeds,
page 524, of the records of Los Angeles county,
to which deed reference is hereby made for
Given under mv band this 31stday if May,
A. D. 1875. WM. R. ROWLAND,
my 22 law td Sheriff.
OSCAR C. BALDY, V. s., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. Can be ton nil
at corner Fourth and Fort streets, Los Ange.
les, Cal. aui! if— 2
I WILL DELIVER ANY QUANTITY f>F
Gum Trees nuywhere in this or Sun Ber
nardino county, ranging in belgbt from 6to
12 inches, within six mom lis from date of con
tract, at from six to twi l\c cciiis per re.
Address, RALPH ROGERS,
Orange, Los Angeles Co.
Los Angeles, April 2, ls7~>. ap3 ly
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